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Join Me for a Month of Letting Go Meditations, Starting February 1st

Hi friends! I couldn’t be more excited to share that I’ve written and recorded my first guided meditations ever, to be shared throughout the month, starting February 1st, through One Mind Live.

My friends Naomi Janzen, creator …

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A Most Difficult Lesson: People Are Just Doing Their Best

“People are doing the best that they can from their own level of consciousness.” ~Deepak Chopra

My father passed away suddenly and not so suddenly several weeks back.

He had been sick for a long time, but it was a …

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What if you ran your home or business like the politicians run the country?

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I first ran this article in 2013. Last night we heard President Trump talking about how much money is needed to restore the infrastructure of the country, build the wall, supply the military, etc. He talked in billions and trillions of dollars. I think it’s time to read this again and put things in perspective. […]

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How We Can Stop Arguing and Start Understanding Each Other

“Raise your words, not your voice. It is rain that grows flowers, not thunder.” ~Rumi

One of the most common sources of conflict among people is in the way we communicate. Often times, conflicts arise because of the variety of …

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5 Ways Yoga Can Help You during a Divorce

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Yoga is famous for its soothing and calming effects on the body and mind. This practice became popular in the recent decades, although it’s been present much longer than that. The classes vary from gentle to challenging ones. One of the most commonly pointed out benefits of yoga is its stress relieving property. It, also, […]

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Twisted Love: What I Learned from Being in an Abusive Relationship

TRIGGER WARNING: This post deals with an account of physical and emotional abuse and may be triggering to some people.

“Never wish them pain. That’s not who you are. If they caused you pain, they must have pain inside. Wish

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7 Negative Things You Inadvertently Do That Stop You from Improving

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When you’re trying to stay focused on self-improvement, it’s easy to get in your own way. Eventually, you may realize that you just aren’t making the progress you meant to make. Often this is due to negative things that we may not realize that we are doing, inadvertently sabotaging our efforts to move forward. Here […]

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The Problem with Forgiveness and What I Now Do Instead

“Change is the end result of all true learning.” ~Leo Bruscaglia

I cringe writing this. I have eaten so much humble pie that my pants don’t fit. This was a really hard lesson to learn.

I had a forgiveness problem.…

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Why is Procrastination Self-Sabotage?

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Procrastination, a sin for achievers and goal-oriented people! It is a cruel trick played by our minds that keep us from reaching our full potential and be the best we can be. Procrastination is self-sabotage, a ‘crime’ that we commit ourselves and reap the consequences of it later. It affects us negatively in the long-run. And […]

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There’s More to Life Than Work: Goodbye Hamster Wheel, Hello Balance

“Most of us try to do too much because we are secretly afraid we will not be able to do anything at all.” ~Rick Aster

I’m standing in my art studio. My palette is loaded with paint. My canvas has …

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